Coconut Creek cops won’t be prosecuted for passing law enforcement computer data to friend

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By Dan Christensen, - The Broward State Attorney’s Office has declined to prosecute three Coconut Creek police officers mixed up in a scheme to improperly access confidential law enforcement databases for personal reasons.

Instead, Coconut Creek officials who sought criminal charges only made stick a trio of lesser administrative charges against two of the officers.

Coconut Creek Patrol Sgt. David W. Freeman was suspended for one day without pay. Officer Laurence A. Christopher Jr. was suspended two days without pay.

Sgt. Curtis Cuddeback, granted immunity from prosecution in exchange for his testimony, was not disciplined.


Note: The BrowardBulldog is led by its’ founder, Dan Christensen. Christensen is an award winning former investigative reporter for The Miami Herald and Daily Business Review, and one of South Florida’s most experienced reporters.  The reports they publish are strictly from their own investigations.

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